Venue Details

165 Star Starred
STAGEStheatre
400 E. Commonwealth A Fullerton, CA 92832
714-525-4484
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Park by Harbor Blvd and enjoy dinner/drinks before the show, then walk over to the theater. It's only a 1/2 mile walk.
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4.5 average rating
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143 events
143 reviews
89 stars
attended Nov 10 2013

Creepy, scary, and extremely well acted with two actors performing several roles. The show is becoming a yearly tradition.

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90 reviews
23 stars
attended Oct 19 2013

We have not seen too many 'chillers' in play form, before this one. It really did send a shiver up our spines! I hope to get a few more people tickets before the run is over. The stages always does such a top-notch job drawing the audience into...continued

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37 reviews
10 stars
attended Nov 01 2013

There voices were so English you never did get the plot of the story. The tall man talked so softly, I was lost. I went home and read the story of the play.

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Website

http://www.stagesoc.org/shows/2011season/shows/more/2011season/more...

Description

Written by Stephen Mallatratt

Based on the novel by Susan Hill

Directed by David Chorley  

About the Ticket Supplier: STAGEStheatre

STAGEStheatre is an entity that is constantly evolving in order to provide actors, directors, writers, designers, and artists with a creative environment that offers an eclectic and challenging variety of theatrical opportunities at all "stages" of the process. STAGEStheatre presents every form of theatrical literature, from the classics to world premieres. STAGEStheatre endeavors to merge each literary work with the highest production values and the most passionate performances possible.